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## 3rd Grade Ela/ Social Studies Homework 1/9/17 – 1/13/17

Reminders:

\$2.00 Dress Down Wednesday

Bake Sale Friday

**There will be a Reading/Grammar test Wednesday 12/11. The students will read a comprehension passage with questions to follow. The students should be able to identify common nouns, proper nouns, singular nouns, and plural nouns. There will be a review in class on Tuesday**

Monday: January 9, 2017

Vocabulary- write vocabulary words 3xs each

Vocabulary test Friday 1/13

Tuesday: January 10, 2017

Vocabulary- Make complete sentences using your vocabulary words.

Vocabulary test Friday 1/13

Wednesday: January 11, 2017

vocabulary- Write the word followed by the synonyms and antonyms

Vocabulary test Friday 1/13

Thursday: January 12, 2017

vocabulary- Make a story using 5 of your vocabulary words.

Vocabulary test Friday 1/13

Friday: January 13, 2017

Have a nice weekend

Vocabulary words: accuse, clever, coast, delicate, explore, imitate, pierce, rare, symbol, triumph

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## Tentative Homework/Test Schedule for the Week of January 2nd – 6th

This week, in math the students will focus on

This week, in science the students will focus

This week, in religion the students will learn about

Tentative Homework/Test Schedule:

Monday, January 2nd :

1. No School

Tuesday, January 3rd :

1. Math Workbook page 1 Hundreds,

Wednesday, January 4th :

1. Math Workbook page 2 #’s 1-12 Compare Numbers: Order Numbers.

Thursday, January 5th:

1. Math Workbook page 2 #’s 13-21 Compare Numbers: Order Numbers.

This week, in math the students will review on multiplication comparisons and dividing with and without remainders, multiply whole numbers up to four digits by one-digit whole numbers, multiply two-digit by two-digit numbers, divide up to four digit dividends by one digit divisors with remainders, use equations, rectangular arrays, and area models to illustrate and explain calculations. Students should study workbook pages 53-58, and 187-190.

This week, in science the students will

Tentative Homework/Test Schedule:

Monday, January 2nd :

1. No School

Tuesday, January 3rd :

1. Math Workbook Two-Digit Quotients page 60 #’s 1-5, 17 & 18 and Workbook page 61 #’s 1-5, and 17.

Wednesday, January 4th :

1. Math Workbook Three-Digit Quotients page 62.

Thursday, January 5th :

1. Math Workbook More Quotients page 63.

Friday, January 6th :

1. Math Chapter 5 Lessons 7-12 Quiz Tuesday 1/10.
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## 3rd Grade ELA and Social Studies Homework

Monday: December 19, 2016

Grammar Worksheet

Tuesday: December 20 2016

Grammar Worksheet

Wednesday: December 21, 2016

No Homework

I hope everyone has a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!! School will resume Tuesday, January 3rd.

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## Principal’s Letter- December 2016

December 16, 2016

Dear Parents of Ave Maria Catholic Academy,

I hope all of you are coping okay with the frigid temperatures. The students at Ave Maria Catholic Academy are busy working diligently in all of their academics and preparing for our wonderful Christmas Spectacular. This year’s performance features some old time favorite Christmas songs and a special surprise play performed by the students in grades 5-8. If you have not already done so, please send in your payment for tickets to the big event of the year!

It is hard to believe that January is quickly approaching. Classes at Ave Maria Catholic Academy resume on Tuesday, January 3, 2017. On January 11th, 2017, our eighth grade students will begin to receive their acceptance letters from the Catholic High Schools. We wish them lots of luck on an important and moving milestone in their life. On Sunday, January 22nd, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. we will be having a family mass followed by light refreshments in the school gym.  If you have not already had a chance, please check out our new website, www.amcahb.org.

On behalf of the Board of Directors and the faculty of Ave Maria Catholic Academy, I wish you and your family a Very Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year. May you have a joyous Christmas filled with Peace, Love, and Prosperity.  Best Wishes for a Healthy and Happy New Year.

Best Wishes,

Miss McManus

A Christmas Blessing

With beautiful hours

And memories lovely to hold,

To enhance and embellish

Like angel wings

Sprinkled with gold.

May Christmas spirit,

In all of its joy,

Touch the depths

Any may blessings in bushels,

Abundant and rich,

Light every path of your life.

-Frankie Davis Oviatt

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## December Principal Message

December 16, 2016

Dear Parents of Ave Maria Catholic Academy,

I hope all of you are coping okay with the frigid temperatures. The students at Ave Maria Catholic Academy are busy working diligently in all of their academics and preparing for our wonderful Christmas Spectacular. This year’s performance features some old time favorite Christmas songs and a special surprise play performed by the students in grades 5-8. If you have not already done so, please send in your payment for tickets to the big event of the year!

It is hard to believe that January is quickly approaching. Classes at Ave Maria Catholic Academy resume on Tuesday, January 3, 2017. On January 11th, 2017, our eighth grade students will begin to receive their acceptance letters from the Catholic High Schools. We wish them lots of luck on an important and moving milestone in their life. On Sunday, January 22nd, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. we will be having a family mass followed by light refreshments in the school gym.  If you have not already had a chance, please check out our new website, www.amcahb.org.

On behalf of the Board of Directors and the faculty of Ave Maria Catholic Academy, I wish you and your family a Very Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year. May you have a joyous Christmas filled with Peace, Love, and Prosperity.  Best Wishes for a Healthy and Happy New Year.

Best Wishes,

Miss McManus

A Christmas Blessing

With beautiful hours

And memories lovely to hold,

To enhance and embellish

Like angel wings

Sprinkled with gold.

May Christmas spirit,

In all of its joy,

Touch the depths

Any may blessings in bushels,

Abundant and rich,

Light every path of your life.

-Frankie Davis Oviatt

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## Congrats!

Congratulations to the second grade for making the sacrament of Reconciliation!

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## Tentative Homework/Test Schedule for the week of December 5th-9th

This week, in math the students will focus on division facts 6-9, identifying and extending number patterns, identifying multiplication and division fact families, use various strategies in order to solve multiplication and division problems, use estimation and mental computation to check reasonableness of answers, and to represent story problems with expressions using a letter to stand for the unknown.  The students study division facts 0-9 and workbook pages 69-73.

This week, in science the students will focus on reviewing Chapter 14 lessons 1 and 2.  Students should study vocabulary, notes for lessons 1 and 2, and RS pages 101-105.  These should all be taped into the student’s science notebook.

This week, in religion the students will learn about the ways Catholics listen and talk to God in prayer.

Tentative Homework/Test Schedule:

Monday, December 5th:

1. Science Independent Inquiry due Friday, 12/9.
2. Science Chapter 14 Lessons 1 and 2 Test Friday, 12/9.
3. Math Division Tic-Tack-Toe and Word Problem worksheet.
4. Math Chapter 6 Lessons 7-11 Quiz tomorrow.

Tuesday, December 6th:

1. Science Independent Inquiry due Friday, 12/9.
2. Science Chapter 14 Lessons 1 and 2 Test Friday, 12/9.
3. Math Workbook page 74 Operation Patterns.

Wednesday, December 8th:

1. Science Independent Inquiry due Friday, 12/9.
2. Science Chapter 14 Lessons 1 and 2 Test Friday, 12/9.
3. Math Workbook page 75 Fact Families: Apply Facts.
4. Math Chapter 6 Lessons 12-16, 14A, and 14B Quiz Tuesday, 12/12.
5. No school tomorrow.

This week, in math the students will review on multiplication comparisons and dividing with and without remainders, multiply whole numbers up to four digits by one-digit whole numbers, multiply two-digit by two-digit numbers, divide up to four digit dividends by one digit divisors with remainders, use equations, rectangular arrays, and area models to illustrate and explain calculations. Students should study workbook pages 53-58, and 187-190.

This week, in science the students will read and learn how living things group together to make up different ecosystem, discover how biotic and abiotic factors affect the ecosystem and how climate influences an ecosystem, explain how humans use resources, and describe positive and negative ways humans affect ecosystems.

Tentative Homework/Test Schedule:

Monday, December 5th:

1. Math worksheet page 235 Dividing Without Remainders.
2. Math Chapter 5 Lessons 1-6, 4A, and 5A Quiz Wednesday, 12/7.

Tuesday, December 6th:

1. Math worksheet page 232 Divide With Remainders.
2. Math Chapter 5 Lessons 1-6. 4A, and 5A Quiz tomorrow.

Wednesday, December 7th:

1. Math New York Ready pages 104-105 Multiply Whole Numbers.
2. Science R.S. pages 34-35 What Factors Influence Ecosystems?
3. Science Chapter 5 Test Thursday, 12/15 or Friday, 12/16.

4,            No School tomorrow.

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## Tentative Homework/Tests for the week of December 5th-9th

REMINDERS:

1. Report Cards will be distributed on Wednesday, December 7th.  Scheduled times will be sent home.
2. There is no school on Thursday, December 8th; it is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception.

This week, in math the students will focus on division facts 6-9, identifying and extending number patterns, identifying multiplication and division fact families, use various strategies in order to solve multiplication and division problems, use estimation and mental computation to check reasonableness of answers, and to represent story problems with expressions using a letter to stand for the unknown.  The students study division facts 0-9 and workbook pages 69-73.

This week, in science the students will focus on reviewing Chapter 14 lessons 1 and 2.  Students should study vocabulary, notes for lessons 1 and 2, and RS pages 101-105.  These should all be taped into the student’s science notebook.

This week, in religion the students will learn about the ways Catholics listen and talk to God in prayer.

Tentative Homework/Test Schedule:

Monday, December 5th:

1. Science Independent Inquiry due Friday, 12/9.
2. Science Chapter 14 Lessons 1 and 2 Test Friday, 12/9.
3. Math Division Tic-Tack-Toe and Word Problem worksheet.
4. Math Chapter 6 Lessons 7-11 Quiz tomorrow.

Tuesday, December 6th:

1. Science Independent Inquiry due Friday, 12/9.
2. Science Chapter 14 Lessons 1 and 2 Test Friday, 12/9.
3. Math Workbook page 74 Operation Patterns.

Wednesday, December 8th:

1. Science Independent Inquiry due Friday, 12/9.
2. Science Chapter 14 Lessons 1 and 2 Test Friday, 12/9.
3. Math Workbook page 75 Fact Families: Apply Facts.
4. Math Chapter 6 Lessons 12-16, 14A, and 14B Quiz Tuesday, 12/12.
5. No school tomorrow.

This week, in math the students will review on multiplication comparisons and dividing with and without remainders, multiply whole numbers up to four digits by one-digit whole numbers, multiply two-digit by two-digit numbers, divide up to four digit dividends by one digit divisors with remainders, use equations, rectangular arrays, and area models to illustrate and explain calculations. Students should study workbook pages 53-58, and 187-190.

This week, in science the students will read and learn how living things group together to make up different ecosystem, discover how biotic and abiotic factors affect the ecosystem and how climate influences an ecosystem, explain how humans use resources, and describe positive and negative ways humans affect ecosystems.

Tentative Homework/Test Schedule:

Monday, December 5th:

1. Math worksheet page 235 Dividing Without Remainders.
2. Math Chapter 5 Lessons 1-6, 4A, and 5A Quiz Wednesday, 12/7.

Tuesday, December 6th:

1. Math worksheet page 232 Divide With Remainders.
2. Math Chapter 5 Lessons 1-6. 4A, and 5A Quiz tomorrow.

Wednesday, December 7th:

1. Math New York Ready pages 104-105 Multiply Whole Numbers.
2. Science R.S. pages 34-35 What Factors Influence Ecosystems?
3. Science Chapter 5 Test Thursday, 12/15 or Friday, 12/16.

4,            No School tomorrow.

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## Mrs. Cuccio’s Tentative Homework/Test Schedule for the week of December 5th

This week, in math the students will focus on division facts 6-9, identifying and extending number patterns, identifying multiplication and division fact families, use various strategies in order to solve multiplication and division problems, use estimation and mental computation to check reasonableness of answers, and to represent story problems with expressions using a letter to stand for the unknown.  The students study division facts 0-9 and workbook pages 69-73.

This week, in science the students will focus on reviewing Chapter 14 lessons 1 and 2.  Students should study vocabulary, notes for lessons 1 and 2, and RS pages 101-105.  These should all be taped into the student’s science notebook.

This week, in religion the students will learn about the ways Catholics listen and talk to God in prayer.

Tentative Homework/Test Schedule:

Monday, December 5th:

1. Science Independent Inquiry due Friday, 12/9.
2. Science Chapter 14 Lessons 1 and 2 Test Friday, 12/9.
3. Math Division Tic-Tack-Toe and Word Problem worksheet.
4. Math Chapter 6 Lessons 7-11 Quiz tomorrow.

Tuesday, December 6th:

1. Science Independent Inquiry due Friday, 12/9.
2. Science Chapter 14 Lessons 1 and 2 Test Friday, 12/9.
3. Math Workbook page 74 Operation Patterns.

Wednesday, December 8th:

1. Science Independent Inquiry due Friday, 12/9.
2. Science Chapter 14 Lessons 1 and 2 Test Friday, 12/9.
3. Math Workbook page 75 Fact Families: Apply Facts.
4. Math Chapter 6 Lessons 12-16, 14A, and 14B Quiz Tuesday, 12/12.
5. No school tomorrow.

This week, in math the students will review on multiplication comparisons and dividing with and without remainders, multiply whole numbers up to four digits by one-digit whole numbers, multiply two-digit by two-digit numbers, divide up to four digit dividends by one digit divisors with remainders, use equations, rectangular arrays, and area models to illustrate and explain calculations. Students should study workbook pages 53-58, and 187-190.

This week, in science the students will read and learn how living things group together to make up different ecosystem, discover how biotic and abiotic factors affect the ecosystem and how climate influences an ecosystem, explain how humans use resources, and describe positive and negative ways humans affect ecosystems.

Tentative Homework/Test Schedule:

Monday, December 5th:

1. Math worksheet page 235 Dividing Without Remainders.
2. Math Chapter 5 Lessons 1-6, 4A, and 5A Quiz Wednesday, 12/7.

Tuesday, December 6th:

1. Math worksheet page 232 Divide With Remainders.
2. Math Chapter 5 Lessons 1-6. 4A, and 5A Quiz tomorrow.

Wednesday, December 7th:

1. Math New York Ready pages 104-105 Multiply Whole Numbers.
2. Science R.S. pages 34-35 What Factors Influence Ecosystems?
3. Science Chapter 5 Test Thursday, 12/15 or Friday, 12/16.

4,            No School tomorrow.

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## 3rd grade ELA/ Social Studies homework 11/28- 12/2

Monday: November 28, 2016

Vocabulary- write words 3xs each

Grammar test Wednesday 11/30

Vocabulary test Friday 12/2

Tuesday: November 29, 2016

Vocabulary- write words in full sentences.

Grammar test tomorrow 11/30

Vocabulary test Friday 12/2

Wednesday: November 30, 2016

Vocabulary- write words followed by the synonyms and antonyms.

Vocabulary test Friday 12/2

Thursday: December 1, 2016

Vocabulary- write a story using 5 of your vocabulary words.

Vocabulary test tomorrow 12/2

Friday: December 2, 2016

Have a nice weekend.

vocabulary words: atmosphere, brilliant, convince, endure, glance, harsh, plunge, precious, swift, unite